Major in Communication Sciences and Disorders
Requirements for a Major: 45 credits
CD 100 Introduction to Human Communication and its Disorders
CD 103 Language Science
CD 110 Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Hearing
CD 115 Normal Development of Speech and Language
CD 201 Hearing Science
CD 202 Speech Science
CD 205 Phonetics
CD 301 Directed Observations
CD 305 Introduction to Audiology
CD 310 Language Disorders
CD 320 Speech Disorders
CD 400 Introduction to Aural Rehabilitation
CD 401 Advanced Directed Observations
CD 410 Professional Guidelines and Skills
CD 430 Neuroscience for Communication Sciences and
CD 475 Selected Topics in Communication Sciences and
The minimum grade students may be allowed to obtain in any prerequisite course before being allowed to take the subsequent courses in the CSD major is a C. In addition, the maximum number of times students may take a course in the CSD major is twice (i.e., one repetition).
Students will be screened for adequate speech and language patterns and recommendations made for therapy when appropriate.
Out of department requirements include: one biological science, one physical science, one math (college algebra or higher level), one statistics, and two social sciences of which one must be in child development. These requirements cannot be taken pass/fail. Communication Sciences and Disorders advisors will help students choose appropriate courses in these areas.